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Ronald C. Sander

Tillamook, Oregon

February 20, 1935 - July 7, 2024

Ronald C. Sander Obituary

Ronald C. Sander

February 20, 1935 - July 7, 2024

Ron was born to Herman and Louise (Jones) Sander in Tillamook Oregon. Ron worked at the Red Clover Cheese Factory, the lumber mill at the Tillamook Air Base and Trask River Sand and Gravel where he eventually purchases the business and was known as the gravel God. During this time he was also the president of the Long Prairie Water District. After graduating from Tillamook Catholic High School, Ron joined the U.S. Army.

At the age of 3, Ron moved with his parents and siblings to the farm on Chance Rd. where he lived and raised his own family until his passing.

Ron was a life member of the Elks, a member of the Knights of Columbus, a member of the Tillamook County Pioneer Association and a life member of the Model T Pig & Ford club.

Ron is survived by his wife Judy Dye Sander, son Charles Sander, daughters Angie (James) Gallino, and Tami (Tom) Sampson, step children Jayne Sheppard, Michael Fossbind, Verne (Jeanette) McClendon, Mike Mcclendon, and Deniel (Pete) Jacobs sister Myrna Syverson and numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, and nieces and nephews.


He was preceded in death by brothers John Sander, Tom Sander, sisters Dee Sander, Minnetta Averill, Regina Law, and Cupe Watkins, step children Lonnie and Kim Wehinger, Kristin McClendon, Penny Fossbind, and granddaughter Lacee Gallino.


There was a Catholic mass and Rosary Friday, July 12th and a Luncheon Celebration of Life Saturday, July 13th. Donations can be made to the Tillamook County Pioneer Association or the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum in his name.





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Ronald C. Sander

February 20, 1935 - July 7, 2024

Ron was born to Herman and Louise (Jones) Sander in Tillamook Oregon. Ron worked at the Red Clover Cheese Factory, the lumber mill at the Tillamook Air Base and Trask River Sand and Gravel where he eventually purchases the business and was known as the gravel God. During this time he was also the president of the Long Prairie Water District. After graduating from Tillamook Catholic High School, Ron joined the U.S. Army.

At the age of 3, Ron moved with his parents and siblings to the farm on Chance Rd. where he lived and raised his own family until his passing.

Ron was a life member of the Elks, a member of the Knights of Columbus, a member of the Tillamook County Pioneer Association and a life member of the Model T Pig & Ford club.

Ron is survived by his wife Judy Dye Sander, son Charles Sander, daughters Angie (James) Gallino, and Tami (Tom) Sampson, step children Jayne Sheppard, Michael Fossbind, Verne (Jeanette) McClendon, Mike Mcclendon, and Deniel (Pete) Jacobs sister Myrna Syverson and numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, and nieces and nephews.


He was preceded in death by brothers John Sander, Tom Sander, sisters Dee Sander, Minnetta Averill, Regina Law, and Cupe Watkins, step children Lonnie and Kim Wehinger, Kristin McClendon, Penny Fossbind, and granddaughter Lacee Gallino.


There was a Catholic mass and Rosary Friday, July 12th and a Luncheon Celebration of Life Saturday, July 13th. Donations can be made to the Tillamook County Pioneer Association or the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum in his name.





To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Ronald C. Sander hosted by Wauds Funeral Home.

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